By Cathrine Kellison
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Ultimately, the validity of these arguments rests on the shoulders of the television producer who has the skills and the capability to put these criticisms to rest. II. How TV Works Television content (a catch-all phrase for programs, news, information, music) comes into a television set through broadcast signals. These signals hold data — an image, sounds, graphic art, electronic lettering — that is re-created in your TV set as clear images and audio. There are four broadcast signals. Each signal separately controls the: • Brightness of the image • Color of the image • Audio from the image • Synchronization of the transmitter and the receiver (your TV set) Broadcast signals are transmitted through virtually the same radio waves that deliver a radio show.
The Need for People Skills Although a producer’s creative and business skills are essential to the success of a project, it doesn’t stop there. People skills are an equally important facet of a strong producer. It can’t be stated often enough: A producer can do nothing without a team. The producer builds her team on the talents of writers, directors, crew, actors, editors, composers, etc. Without them to actualize the project, a producer is useless. The producer uses her people skills to not only attract qualiﬁed people to the project, but to keep them engaged and collaborative.
5. What does the Line Producer do? How is this job different from other producing titles? 6. List two reasons why “owning” your emotions can help in managing conﬂicts. 7. What areas of producing might be impacted by a failure of leadership? A failure of strong ethics? 8. Deﬁne three types of learning outlined in the Learning Styles section. Include a constructive approach to working with each type. 9. How can “delegation” contribute to the ﬂuidity of a crew and the execution of a project? 10. What have you learned so far about being a producer?
Producing for TV and Video: A Real-World Approach by Cathrine Kellison